Registration Information

Fall 2023 Registration Information

Registration Guide

Course Descriptions Book

Registration Information Session Recording July 12, 2023

Tentative Winter 2024 Upper Year Course Offerings- as of July 20th (subject to change*)

  • September 7th Update: 
    • ​LAWG-5969 EpiCentre Practicum is listed in the Course Descriptions book as 4.0 credits; this is an error. The course is 3.0 credits. 
  • August 15th Update: 
    • ​LAWG-5904 Municipal Law has been moved from being taught downtown, to our law building, room L2-2120. All other details remain the same. 
  • July 24th Update:
    • ​LAWG-5852 Administrative Law Section 2 is cancelled. Only Section 1 will be offered and increased enrollment to 65 students. 
    • LAWG-5958-4 PBEP- Mental Health & Justice Clinic is 3.0 credits, not 2.0 credits, and offered both semesters. 
  • July 19th Update:
    • Course Cancellation: LAWG-5835 Reconciliation & Residential School Legacy is no longer being offered in Fall 2023; it will be offered in Winter 2024. 
    • Class Date and Time Change: LAWG-5895 Sentencing is now being offered on Tuesdays 2:30pm-5:20pm, NOT Monday evenings.

Note about Moots:

Students wishing to participate in for-credit moots must apply in September and should register for a full Fall course load. Students who are selected for a team will be notified in October, before registration for winter courses begins. Credits for competitive moots and advocacy competitions will count toward students’ winter course loads. For more information about moots, visit the AMP website.

  • July 17th Update: 
    • New Course Added: LAWG-5971-3 Special Topic: Access to Justice and Working with Paralegals 3.0 Credits Prof: Lisa Trabucco, Time: Wed 7-9:50pm, Enrollment Limit:12


  • Group discussions and in-class presentations: 50%
  • Written reports (arising from group discussions/presentations): 50%

Course Description/Overview:

This course is designed to help future lawyers prepare to work with paralegals. A lawyer’s practice is rarely a solo endeavor. Lawyers regularly work with others in doing legal work and serving their clients. Paralegals play a key role in the delivery of legal services.

This course is essentially research-based. It aims to help students understand the role of paralegals and working with them to best serve clients and meet the public’s legal needs. Throughout the course, students will uncover and understand the intricacies (policies, politics, and inter-professional conflicts) of the regulation of paralegals and other non-lawyers who provide legal services in Ontario and elsewhere in Canada. The course will explore paralegals’ role in contributing to and enhancing A2J, including current and proposed regulatory schemes governing paralegals, and the relationship between lawyers and paralegals in the legal services ecosystem. Particular focus will be given to paralegals’ scope of practice and educational standards. Students will be encouraged to think critically and creatively about the role of paralegals, A2J, the relationships between lawyers and paralegals, and the public’s legal needs. Students will explore options to expand the role of Ontario’s licensed paralegals in the justice system. In family law , for example, the public’s needs are great but lawyers’ services are largely unaffordable for most parties.

The course will be run as a seminar. It will not be lecture based. Regular participation and attendance are essential. Students will be expected to engage in research, discussion, debate, and exploration and, ultimately, to craft proposals for regulatory innovation.


  • July 11th Update: 
    • ​LAWG-5853 International Humanitarian Law is cancelled, and will no longer be offered in Fall 2023. 
    • LAWG-5889 Remedies Evaluation Methodology will be 10% in-class participation in group discussions and case studies, and 90% final examination (open book).
  • July 10th Update:
    • ​LAWG-5809 Torts is no longer being taught by Professor Lisa Trabucco. Professor Leann Sassine will be teaching it. Evaluation Methodology will be 90% final exam, 10% participation. Date and Time to remain the same.
    • LAWG-5904 Municipal Law Evaluation Methodology will be 20% participation, 10% midterm, 20% in-class presentation, and 50% paper. 
  • July 6th Update: 
    • LAWG-5857 Public International Law is no longer being taught by Professor Sujith Xavier. Professor Christopher Waters will be teaching. It will still satisfy Perspectives, and Transnational subrequirements. Evaluation Methodology 80% final exam, 10% short reflection paper, 10% participation. Date and Time to remain the same.
  • July 3rd Update:
    • LAWG-5852-2 Admin Law is no longer being taught by Professor Sujith Xavier. Instructor is set to TBD pending assignment. 
    • LAWG-5852-1 Admin Law is being taught by Jacobs, Sarah. Tentative Evaluation Methodology: 50% - Final Paper, 35% - Tribunal Journal,15% - Participation 
  • June 29th Update:
    • LAWG-5852-2 Admin Law with Professor Sujith Xavier satisfies both Perspectives and Transnational degree subrequirements. 

Registration Dates (2L and 3L students):

Day One: July 26, 2023, 9:00am to 11:59pm - Only 3L students are able to register for three priority courses (up to 12 credits). There will be no access to wait lists until Day Three.  

Day Two: July 27, 2023, 9:00am to 11:59pm - Only 2L students are able to register for three priority courses (up to 12 credits). There will be no access to wait lists until Day Three.  

Day Three: July 28, 2023 beginning at 9:00am- All students will be permitted to continue registration for Fall 2023 and access to wait lists open (up to 9 credits for waitlist).


Winter 2023 Registration Information

Registration Guide 

Course Descriptions Book

Winter 2023 Timetable


Fall 2022 Registration Information

Registration Guide (Version Uploaded July 7, 2022)

Course Descriptions Book (Version 2.0 uploaded July 11, 2022)

  • Updates include important note under the online course offerings for 3L students' attention. 

Fall 2022 Course Schedule (Version 2.2 uploaded July 14, 2022)

  • Updates include important note pertaining to the online course offerings, for 3L students' attention, as well as a time change for LAWG- 5908 Class Actions, and LAWG-5827 Dispute Resolution
  • Update, July 19th: Please note LAWG-5879 Corporate Finance has a pre-requisite (LAWG 5877 or LAWD 5321). Be mindful of this when considering registering for the course. 

Tentative Winter 2023 Offerings (Version 2.3 uploaded October 13, 2022)

  • Updates include important note pertaining to the online course offerings, for 3L students' attention, plus now offering Securities Regulation and Patent Law, and Administrative Justice (Advanced Administrative Law) in the Winter 2023 Term
  • New course added, Special Topic: Law, Migration and Colonialism- October 13, 2022 Update*



Work Plans for Tracking Degree Progress

Use these work plans to track the progress towards your degree. The templates below are subject to change; remember it is your responsibility to ensure that you fufill all Windsor Law Degree Requirements

Juris Doctor Program Track (version uploaded Sept 13, 2023)

Canadian & American Dual JD Program Track (version uploaded Sept 13, 2023)

MSW/JD Program Track- 3 Year Program

MSW/JD Program Track- 4 Year Program


Other Information: 

Intellectual Property Law Institute (I.P.L.I.) Information (PDF)

Law Library Information (Paul Martin Law Library) 

Payment of Fees (Student Accounts / Cashier's Office) 

Important Academic Dates & Deadlines  

University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy Comparative Law Consortium Course Authorization Form (PDF)

In the spirit of academic excellence and transnational law, the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and University of Detroit Mercy School of Law have established a course exchange program. This program will provide interested students with the ability to explore legal issues from an international and comparative law perspective, and gives each student at Detroit Mercy Law and Windsor Law the opportunity to study internationally as part of their legal education. Students in good standing enrolled in the single Juris Doctor programs at either Windsor Law or Detroit Mercy Law may take one course at the other institution, while paying the home institution’s tuition. Allowable courses include classroom and elective courses, and exclude clinical, mandatory first year courses, or other required courses. Each institution will publish, on a semester basis, a list of offered consortium courses. A student’s enrollment in any particular course is contingent upon space being available in the course with priority being given to students at the home school. Courses will count towards the maximum credit hours allowed during a semester, according to the student’s home school and program. Students will be bound by the academic, attendance, and conduct policies of the host institution for the course in which they are enrolled.